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MD 7(W)/MD 213(N-S) Duplex

7 213

Maryland Routes 7 and 213 join for 0.06 miles through Elkton in Cecil County. Only a segment of MD 7D westbound joins MD 213 in this one-way duplex.


Timothy Reichard 12/10/05

Westbound on MD 7/Howard Street in Elkton. MD 7's two directions of travel follow different streets through the town. MD 7 east uses Main Street, which is narrow and full of pedestrian traffic. Howard Street is used by both MD 7 westbound and as a bypass of MD 7 eastbound.

 


Timothy Reichard 12/10/05

MD 7 westbound uses a block of MD 213 to return to its two-way alignment west of MD 213. Here MD 7 west turns right to join MD 213.

 


Timothy Reichard 12/10/05

MD 213 north on its approach to Howard Street. MD 7 joins at the traffic light ahead. Traffic can use Howard Street or Main Street for MD 7 eastbound.

 


Timothy Reichard 12/10/05

The duplex is so short that there are no reassurance shields. Instead, signs at Main Street mark the split of MD 7 (turns left) and MD 213 (straight ahead). MD 7 east follows Main Street to the right.

 

Local Names

West
7
Main Street
North
213
Bridge Street
Duplex
7
213
Bridge Street
East
7
Main Street (EB)
Howard Street (WB)
South
213
Bridge Street

 

Terraserver Imagery

 

Former Designations

280

1920s–Late 1970s

Originally MD 280
213

Late 1970s–??

MD 213 replaced MD 280.
7
213

??–

MD 7 was rerouted to follow MD 213.

 

Adjacent Multiplexes

 

None

 

 

 
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